Spotlight On….Chalice Circles

There are several opportunities for members and friends to share with one another their stories, experiences and ideas and get to know each other in safe and sacred environment. At Mill Creek these sacred spaces are called Chalice Circles, and are designed to augment and strengthen Sunday’s spiritual experience. We...

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Chalice Circle News

We are looking for a few more people to join our Daytime Chalice Circle. It meets once a month at the church, and we are currently reevaluating the exact day and time in order to accommodate those who might be interested. What is a Chalice Circle? A Chalice Circle is...

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Choir is Back! 

Summer rehearsals for the Mill Creek Choir will be held at 9 am on Sundays August 20 and 27 in preparation for our annual performance year kickoff at Ingathering on September 10. (There is also a rehearsal Sept. 10 at 9 am.) The choir rehearses at 9 am most Sundays...

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Chalice Circle Opportunities

Chalice Circles are small groups that provide an environment where people are encouraged and supported in the sharing of stories, experiences, and ideas to get to know each other on a deeper level and develop a richer spirituality.  They are designed to augment and strengthen Sunday’s spiritual experience. There are currently four Chalice...

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News from the Gardening Group

We’re still at it – every Wednesday evening starting at 6:30 – and we’ve made some real progress discouraging the invasive ornamental pear trees from our meadow. Many thanks to John “Chainsaw” Springer, Brian Coleman, Adam Kegley and David Bonner. We hope this can be as much a social gathering...

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Final Auction Listing Posted!

The final list of offerings for the service auction is now available — check out all the great things you can bid on! 2017 final auction listing Let’s make this our biggest and best Service Auction ever! Saturday, April 22 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 at the door. Ages 16 and...

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